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Hasbacha Palace shrouded in snow!

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Friday January 18, 2013

Białystok, Poland

Caption: Hasbacha Palace - the residence of industrialist Ervin Hasbacha Białystok, the owner of a nearby textile factory, przebranżowionej after World War I to the plywood factory.

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14. Wanda1948
6:59 PM GMT on January 24, 2013
Thank you Sheila, Boaz and Ken!
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13. Gloster
5:39 PM GMT on January 24, 2013
You have to love this structure with it's mix of different styles blending in harmony.
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12. BoazR
8:31 AM GMT on January 24, 2013
This is so beautiful
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11. JasonMac78
8:29 AM GMT on January 24, 2013
Such beautiful architecture! Thanks for adding the history, too. Love this series, Wanda.
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10. Wanda1948
11:27 AM GMT on January 20, 2013
Thank you very much Elaine and Bernard!
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9. Hotzenwaelder
8:55 AM GMT on January 20, 2013
An excellent series. Thanks for the information about the palace.
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8. Biskitten
12:54 AM GMT on January 20, 2013
Lovely scene & colors!
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7. Wanda1948
3:43 PM GMT on January 19, 2013
Thank you very much Heidrun!
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6. trailhiker44
3:32 PM GMT on January 19, 2013
Beautiful architecture !
Great shot !
Love the natural foreground !
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5. Wanda1948
8:01 AM GMT on January 19, 2013
Thank you Donna!
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4. catilac
11:27 PM GMT on January 18, 2013
A beautiful setting with the snow for this fabulous old palace!
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3. Wanda1948
10:57 PM GMT on January 18, 2013
Thank you Mark!
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2. noneinc
10:46 PM GMT on January 18, 2013
Nice!
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1. Wanda1948
10:18 PM GMT on January 18, 2013
The residence was built in the 80s Nineteenth century and expanded in the years 1905-1907 in the Neo-Renaissance style of French, Dutch and Tuscan. Inside retain the original furnaces and fireplaces. Near the palace were the factory premises, mostly burned by the Germans in 1944 (villa remained intact). Today, the nineteenth-century factory walls standing in front of the palace are located Plywood Industry Plant. The palace itself after the departure of Hasbachów in 1944 became the seat of the Centre for Political Personnel Training. Later, the workers lived in the palace of Plywood Factory, a post office and occupied the ground floor nursery.
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My name is Wanda, I come from the Polish city of Bialystok. My city is located on the north-eastern part of Polish surrounded by three National Parks. I am the mother of my two daughters and grandmother of my four grandsons and one granddaughter. I love nature. I am an amateur photographer and I like to watch pictures from around the world. Welcome to in my gallery! Thank you very much for your comments and ratings.

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